Ontario records more than 1,000 new daily COVID-19 cases for first time


Ontario is reporting more than 1,000 new daily cases of COVID-19 for the first time today.

The province recorded 1,042 new cases of the novel coronavirus over the past 24 hours, breaking the previous day’s single-day peak of 978 new positive cases.

It’s the first time the daily case count has topped the 1,000 mark since COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic back in March.

The province is also reporting seven new deaths related to the illness.

Provincial data shows 309 of the new diagnoses are in Toronto, 289 are in Peel, 117 in York Region, 80 in Ottawa and 52 in Durham.

There are 278 people hospitalized in Ontario due to the virus, including 79 in intensive care.

Ontario has 7,120 active cases in total.


  1. Maybe its because they are testing 800 times more people than they did in March, who may or may not get any symptoms at all !!!!!! Never seen a virus so deadly that you have to get tested to know if you have it, all other pandemics I know of they quarantined the sick not the healthy !!!!!!!

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